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The eleventh book of the Aṅguttara Nikāya, the Collection of the Numbered Discourses of the Buddha, collects 1151 suttas or speeches whose theme focuses on groups of eleven topics. Despite its small size, the number of suttas is so high due to the large number of matikas it combines.
The most interesting suttas in this volume are:
AN 11.3: Vital Conditions (I). Conditions to achieve liberation.
AN 11.11: With Mahānāma. Living in balance among people who are unbalanced and living without problems among people who have problems.
AN 11.16: The man of the city of Aṭṭhaka. Explanation of the practice to a layman.
AN 11.982: Eleven things. To develop understanding of craving.
This book does not contain false suttas.
This volume incorporates a section of places collected in the four collections: countries, cities, villages, rivers and places.
In summary, this time the arduous and exhaustive work of research and reconstruction in comparative linguistics has been completed.

The Book of Elevens - Aṅguttara Nikāya

  • Aṅguttara Nikāya

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